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Apollonius of Tyre, two fifteenth-century Spanish prose romances
|Other titles||Hystoria de Apolonio., Historia de Apolonio., Confisyón del amante., Confisión del amante.|
|Statement||edited by A. D. Deyermond.|
|Series||Exeter Hispanic texts ; 6|
|Contributions||Deyermond, A D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 116 p., (1) leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||116|
Apollonius Rhodius had made almost a complete romance of the story of Jason and Medea. Virgil had imitated him by making almost a complete romance of the story of Aeneas and Dido: and Ovid, who for that very reason was to become the most popular author of the middle ages early and late, had gone some way towards romancing a great body of mythology. Contrary to common assumptions, medieval poets did not shy away from discussing the various consequences of bad weather on the lives of their protagonists. In fact, a careful examination of a wide range of romances, verse narratives, goliardic epics, and prose tales, among other genres, reveals the true extent to which both Fall and Winter weather, but .
The fifty-seven individual texts include established favourites such as The Battle of Maldon and Wulfstan's Sermon of the Wolf, as well as others not otherwise readily available, such as an extract from Apollonius of Tyre. Modern English glosses for every prose-passage and poem are provided on the same page as the text, along with extensive notes. This provides the story of Apollonius of Tyre. The second source is the Lawrence Twine prose version of Gower's tale, The Pattern of Painful Adventures, dating from c. , reprinted in Moreover, a third related work is The Painful Adventures of Pericles by George Wilkins, published in
Classical origins Some romances, such as Apollonius of Tyre, show classical pagan origins.  Tales of the Matter of Rome in particular may be derived from such works as the Alexander Romance. Ovid was used as a source for tales of Jason and Medea, which was cast in romance in a more fairy-tale like form, probably closer to the older forms. Amadís of Gaul, prose romance of chivalry, possibly Portuguese in origin. The first known version of this work, dating from , was written in Spanish by Garci Ordóñez (or Rodríguez) de Montalvo, who claimed to have “corrected and emended” corrupt originals. Internal evidence suggests that the ENCYCLOPEDIA / Novels & Short Stories.
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Apollonius of Tyre: Two fifteenth-century Spanish prose romances, Hystoria de Apolonio and Confisyón del amante, Apolonyo de Tyro (Exeter Hispanic texts) Paperback – January 1, by A. D Deyermond (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: A.
D Deyermond. Apollonius of Tyre: two two fifteenth-century Spanish prose romances book Spanish prose romances, Hystoria de Apolonio and Confisyón del amante, Apolonyo de Tyro Author: A D Deyermond ; John Gower. Apollonius of Tyre: Two Fifteenth-century Spanish Prose Romances edited by A. Deyermond (P.
Russell) The Birth of Popular Heresy edited by R. Moore. Apollonius of Tyre: Two Fifteenth-Century Spanish Prose Romances—'Hystoria de Apolonia' and 'Confisyón del Amante: Apolonyo de Tiro'. Exeter Hispanic Texts VI) by A. Deyermond Exeter Hispanic Texts VI) by A. Deyermond (pp. Apollonius of Tyre: Two fifteenth-century Spanish prose romances, Hystoria de Apolonio and Confisyón del amante: Apolonyo de Tyro.
Exeter Hispanic Texts 6. Exeter: University of Exeter. Viña Liste, José María, ed. Apolonio de Tiro (libro 8º de Confisión de amante) (a ). Historia de Apolonio (h ).
The Old English Apollonius of Tyre / edited by Peter Goolden; Apollonius, prince of Tyre: upon which Shakespeare founded Pericles. Together with Apollonius, prince of Apollonius of Tyre: two fifteenth-century Spanish prose romances, Hystoria de Apolonio and Confisyon de Apollonius of Tyana / by A.
Sinnett; Apollonius / by E. Bennett. Filologia, 13 (),and his Apollonius of Tyre: Two Fifteenth-Century Spanish Prose Romances (Exeter, ); and Joaquin Artiles' El 'Libro de Apolonio': Poema espahol del siglo xiii (Madrid, ). 5 Artiles' judgments-"El Libro de. ait ignoré ce point de vue ; p.
A. Deyermond, Apollonius of Tyre: Two Fifteenth-Century Spanish Prose Romances - «His-toria de Apolonia» and «Confisyón del Amante: Apolonyo de Tiro» (P.
Russell): bonne édition ; p.Helga Jauss-Meyer, Chrestien de Troyes: Lancelot (Elspeth Kennedy): traduction allemande du. 'Apollonius of Tyre', Spanish Literature (Medieval)' and artículos sobre autores y obras españoles medievales, en Cassell's Encyclopaedia of World Literature, ed.
John Buchanan-Brown, 2ª ed. (London: Cassell, ). Prólogo a Petirrojo, vida nueva de Dionisia Empaytaz de Croome (Madrid: Aguilar, ), pp. Gower's reputation remained high in the following centuries; Shakespeare drew on his works, and Gower himself appears in the role of Chorus in Shakespeare's Pericles, Prince of Tyre.
(Gower's version -- Apollonius of Tyre is in Book VIII, vv. of the Confessio). The Old English Apollonius of Tyre in the Light of Early Romance Tradition: An Assessment of its Plot and Characterization in Relation to Marie de France's Eliduc Article in.
Gower's reputation remained high in the following centuries; Shakespeare drew on his works, and Gower himself appears in the role of Chorus in Shakespeare's Pericles, Prince of Tyre. (Gower's version, Apollonius of Tyre, is in Confessio Amantis, Book VIII, ).
Apollonius de Tyane ou le séjour d'un die parmi les hommes / Mario Meunier. - Paris, Apollonius de Tyane: sa vie, ses voyages, ses prodiges: Apollonius of Tyana: the philosopher explorer and social reformer of the first century AD.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Shakespeare's Pericles and Apollonius of Tyre; a study in comparative literature". Apollonius of Tyre: Two Fifteenth-Century Spanish Prose Romances-'Hy storia de Apolonia 9 and 'Confisyón del Amante: Apolonyo de Tiro ' edited by A.
Deyermond (Exeter Hispanic Texts VI). Exeter University Printing Unit xxii + pp. No price given. The most interesting of the mediaeval Spanish versions of the Apollonius. Claire Fennell(Ed.) MET 57 is volume II of a two-volume edition of the early fourteenth-century Middle English Statute–Book which survives in Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS Bthe only known Middle English version of an early statute-book.
Volume I (MET 44) edits the statuta (ff. 1r–54v); volume II edits six tracts (ff. 54v–97r). In England many French romances were adapted, sometimes very freely, into English verse and prose from the late 13th to the 15th century; but by far the most important English contribution to the development and popularization of romance was the adaptation of a number of French Arthurian romances completed by Sir Thomas Malory (Malory, Sir.
Author. Socrates Scholasticus (5th century AD) identifies the author of Aethiopica with a certain Heliodorus, bishop of Trikka. Nicephorus Callistus (14th century) relates that the work was written in the early years of this bishop before he became a Christian and that, when forced either to disown it or resign his bishopric, he preferred resignation.
Most scholars reject this identification. In this book, Catherine Léglu brings together, for the first time in English, prose and verse texts that are composed in Occitan, French, and Catalan-sometimes in a mixture of two.
The late romances, often simply called the romances, are a grouping of William Shakespeare's last plays, comprising Pericles, Prince of Tyre; Cymbeline; The Winter's Tale; and The Tempest. The Two Noble Kinsmen, of which Shakespeare was co-author, is sometimes also included in the term "romances" was first used for these late works in Edward Dowden's.
Romance, literary form, usually characterized by its treatment of chivalry, that came into being in France in the midth had antecedents in many prose works from classical antiquity (the so-called Greek romances), but as a distinctive genre it was developed in the context of the aristocratic courts of such patrons as Eleanor of Aquitaine.Gower's romances, in Confessio Amantis, in The English Works of John Gower, ed.
G. C. Macaulay, 2 vols., EETS es 81, 82 (Oxford, ; rpt. ) (esp. Apollonius of Tyre (Book VIII), but also Florent (Book I), and Constance (Book II) Some secondary reading.Alan D. Deyermond has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. Alan D. Deyermond’s most popular book is Prison Of Love, Together With The Continuati.